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SAN ANTONIO (June 14, 2016) –Councilman Mike Gallagher and City officials broke ground for improvements on Redland Road in Council District 10 today. Project improvements include the reconstruction and widening of Redland Road to four lanes with new bicycle lanes and sidewalks along Redland Road from 1604 to Jones Maltsberger Road.
“When voters approved the 2012 Bond, they told us what was important,” said Councilman Mike Gallagher, District 10. “I’m pleased to be able to deliver these much needed improvements in District 10. This project will have such a positive impact on residents by helping reduce travel time in our rapidly growing community.”
Additional improvements for the Redland Rd. South project will include improvements to the low-water crossing on Jones Maltsberger Road at Elm Creek and upgrades to area traffic signals will also be completed.
The project is managed by Transportation & Capital Improvements for the City of San Antonio. The project was designed by Civil Engineering Consultants, Inc., and will be constructed by S.J. Louis Construction, Inc. The budget for this project is $11.1 million, with $10.01 million being provided from the City’s 2012 Bond Program and $1.09 million from Bexar County for the low water crossing at Jones Maltsberger Road.